Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked.
- Easy 1.0 claims to be an out-of-the-box web page that does everything you need. It does a great job, but fails at keyboard access - something that can be fixed.
- One thing I loved about YUI2 is that you can include it into the page without an extra script node. Caridy made this work for YUI3, too and that totally passed me by - until now.
- JActionScripters has a Flash 10 software synthesizer to play with.
- OpenCellID is a project to create a complete database of CellID worlwide and their locations.
- David Rumsey's historical Google maps overlays old maps over Google maps to see how good they were.
- WPA Cracker is a cloud cracking service for penetration testers and network auditors who need to check the security of WPA-PSK protected wireless networks.
- Devthought shows us how to access a MySQL database from nodejs
- George Hart shows us "How to Slice a Bagel into Two Linked Halves".
- Coderun has a browser based development IDE - for those who need panes and don't like Bespin.
- Coding Horror tells us to release quickly and often. Even if version 1 sucks, ship It anyway.
- Alan Storm has a great explanation of Gruber's URL matching regular expression.
- If you don't know what to give for christmas, how about a USB pet rock?
- Dan Bricklin has quite a cool note taking app for iPhone.
- Apps.gov is a government directory of cloud based applications.
- Slideshare Zeitgeist is harvesting the content of all the slides uploaded this year and will show some interesting statistics.
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